Within a week of releasing iTunes for Windows Apple has addressed some reported defects in the software, releasing iTunes 4.1.1 for Windows last night.

Some Windows users had reported bugs in the software, including one problem where Windows 2000 Professional machines would freeze once iTunes was installed.

Apple said: "A few customers reported conflicts with specific PC configurations and we quickly updated the iTunes software in response. iTunes 4.1.1 addresses an isolated incompatibility with Windows 2000 and older third-party CD-burning software, as well as problems caused by corrupt MP3 files on some users' PCs."

Over 1 million downloads of iTunes for Windows have taken place, and the product has come in for praise.

Apple has changed its iTunes download page to make sure that Windows users will automatically get the updated software. The update is also available through the application's Help menu.